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Partagas Serie D No 1 LE 2004

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Partagas No. 16Ring:50
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #15: I must apologise for my last, rather hasty review on only 2 cigars.I was gifted a box of these beauties by my old boss "SmokeyMO" and have so far smoked only 5 but each one has been really delicious, med-full flavoured but very balanced and not overpowering. Rich woods and subtle pepper notes build slowly into a smooth, morish nuttyness, cocoa, ground coffee and hints of tan leather. The spice buils slowly and nicely through the second third and basically it just tastes better and better right until the last inch or so. If you like full flavoured cigars try some of these if you haven't already, they are better than any other EL I have smoked by far. - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 19, 2006

Review #14: This is one of the finest cigar available for smoking today. A balanced, full bodied smoke, with notes of brown woods, expresso, roasted nuts, and cumin. The smoke is velvety, the finish excellent and it burns eceedingly well. I rate very few cigars 9+ points, and this is one. - Submitted by pachemar on January 15, 2006

Review #13: This cigar is of course delicious and complex but maybe just not to my taste specifically. I enjoyed smoking it of course. It's a very woody flavour with lots of more subtle darker notes and a nice spicyness, all of which show it's Partagás. Not quite as strong and robust as the D4 or P2 but more refined. It's a big cigar for later in the day. Personally I have begun to favour shorter cigars, I prefer to smoke a couple of robustos than one big cigar, but that's just personal preference. However I did find this one a tiny bit dissapointing in the way that it's flavours didn't fulfill my tastes properly which I was expecting it would, so just a half star off for that. If you like Partagás or strong and large cigars in general you should try and see what you think. It's a great havana and a great Limited Edition but personally I still would go for a couple of Serie D4 or something instead. Just me. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 17, 2005

Review #12: This cigar is an instant classic. Miles and miles of flavor taking you on a twisting turning journey of richness and complexity. A definitive Cuban, extremely recommended - Submitted by Cigardo on December 15, 2005

Review #11: Spice Bomb! I just opened my Sept 04 box that I received in April. Back then, I had a single stick from a different box that revealed a slight youthful harshness. Today they have mellowed out, but wow, what a strong cigar! The wrapper leaves a powerful spice on your lips that reminds me of what habanero infused espresso must taste like. A superb cigar, but still nowhere near its pinnacle. It is going to have to sit for a long time before it reaches its full potential. - Submitted by Nivel Acuso on November 27, 2005

This cigar spans 8 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8

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